There's still 4L of cider bubbling away too, from last autumn. I anticipate both of these will be bottled up in late spring/early summer. I won't be making more elderflower wine this year--we've got plenty! But certainly more cider, as we've already finished the previous batch.
Newly brewing away are 4L each of rhubarb wine and elderberry/blackberry wine. Both of these were harvested last summer/autumn and frozen at that time--all five demijohns were still occupied. However, once they were free, I got these two new batches going. Although I've done elderberry before, blackberry is a new one; we picked a couple of small tubs of each, and I figured I might as well throw them all in together (turns out I missed a tub of elderberries though, as I discovered them at the back of the freezer the week after I began the batch).
We have one bottle of three year old elderberry wine, and several bottles of one year old wine. I think the younger wine is too harsh, but the older wine mellows nicely. And we have so much elderflower and rhubarb wines I may try making a bit of vinegar from them too--always good for cooking.